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It had to be! Enda Bolger's Stand Up And Fight wins the 2.30 at Punchestown

The JP McManus-owned horse won the maiden hurdle.

ON THE AFTERNOON Munster earned a bonus-point victory over Glasgow at an emotional Thomond Park, racehorse Stand Up and Fight claimed the Maiden Hurdle at Punchestown.

Trained by Enda Bolger and owned by JP McManus, the 5/2 shot finished ahead of favourite Kagney to win the 2.30 at the Kildare racecourse.

Earlier, soprano Sinead O’Brien joined the Munster Rugby Supporter’s Club Choir to perform ‘Stand Up And Fight’ in tribute to the late Anthony Foley.

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